Majority of tv reveals in Pakistan revolve round patriarchal tropes, however a brand new providing titled Razia, which has actress Mahira Khan enjoying the lead position, takes a distinct strategy and goes towards the prevalent narrative.
Khan lately appeared on a chat present as part of promotions and addressed how patriarchy results in oppression of ladies. She lamented how girls are robbed off their rights very younger, after which the cycle snowballs uncontrolled to a degree the place girls themselves will not be conscious of what they’re worthy of.
“That is the primary proper you’re taking away, and you then simply maintain taking and taking. Finally, there comes a degree when she herself forgets her rights, and questions if they’re even hers when informed in any other case… Simply on the idea of being human – overlook lady, man, every thing, the truth that you’re human means you need to have rights,” the Raees star stated.
The mini-series Razia, which premiered final week, very boldly tackles the patriarchal notions society is plagued with.
In the meantime, Mahira Khan can also be set to star alongside her frequent co-star Fawad Khan in Pakistan’s first Netflix authentic Jo Bachay Hain Sang Samait Lo.
Together with them, Ahad Raza Mir, who featured within the Netflix sequence Resident Evil, is part of the lead forged. The sequence is an official adaptation of Farhat Ishtiaq’s bestselling 2013 Urdu-language novel of the identical title.